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Cormyr a novel by Ed Greenwood

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Published by Wizards of the Coast, Distributed in the United States by Holtzbrinck in Renton, WA, [New York] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Kings and rulers -- Succession -- Fiction,
  • Forgotten realms (Imaginary place) -- Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementEd Greenwood and Jeff Grubb.
GenreFiction.
ContributionsGrubb, Jeff.
The Physical Object
Pagination486 p. ;
Number of Pages486
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23100816M
ISBN 10078690710X
ISBN 109780786907106

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Cormyr - one of the most interesting areas of all of the Realms. Powerful, rich in life and stories and highly developed in the gaming books for the same region. That being said - I have to say that some of this book was a bit mundane. Was the story good? Yes/5(32).   Cormyr - one of the most interesting areas of all of the Realms. Powerful, rich in life and stories and highly developed in the gaming books for the same region. That being said - I have to say that some of this book was a bit mundane. Was the story good? Yes/5(33). Cormyr: A Novel, by Ed Greenwood and Jeff Grubb, was originally written as a stand-alone book. It later became the first book in The Cormyr Saga, which chronicles the end of King Azoun IV's rule of : / ISBN X. Cormyr will allow DM and player alike to wander the King's Forest and the alleys of Suzail in the mind's eye. It presents indispensable information for any campaign played in the FORGOTTEN REALMS setting, including military and magical forces, rules for obtaining adventuring charters (required by the Crown), and facts about the War Wizards and Council of Mages/5.

Cormyr: The Tearing of the Weave is the first-ever Forgotten Realms hardcover super-adventure! Designed to take characters from 4th to 8th level, the adventure pits the heroes against the evil agents of Shar and Cyric as they plot to corrupt the worship of Mystra, goddess of magic/5. Cormyr is an accessory for AD&D 2nd edition for the Forgotten Realms. Contents Introduction, Geography, History of Cormyr, Cormyte Society, The Ruling Class, The Common Folk, The Military, The Cormyte Mage, Adventurers and AdventuringBinding: Paperback. Cormyr was founded as a monarchy in about 26 DR Around DR, there was some sentiment that the nation should be run by a council. The ruling monarch had an advisor, who had the title (amongst others) of High Wizard, and who was in charge of the War Wizards. Laws of the Kingdom Edit. Main article: Laws of Cormyr– DR: War of the Regency.   Forgotten Realms Cormyr (FRC) is a Neverwinter Nights Roleplay Server based in the Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition Forgotten Realms The FRC Server Direct Connect Address is: Playing on FRC requires Neverwinter Nights .

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